The SV SERIES of SCANNER/VERIFIERS are ON-LINE VERIFIERS
The SV Series analyzes and reports virtually every verification parameter known. ANSI and Traditional print quality parameters are transmitted along with decoded data. The reported symbol quality parameters ensure the print method or complete bar code process is optimized. This is important for ISO corrective action procedures, label manufacturing and printing, tracking systems, ink jet applications and more.
The SV SERIES of SCANNER/VERIFIERS are FIXED POSITION SCANNERS
The SV Series can operate as a fixed position scanner. But, since it also provides diagnostic bar code quality information, it can reduce system downtime and save material costs. It does this by isolating the source of the problem. Once the source of the problem is found, it can be corrected before non-readable bar codes are printed and material is wasted.
The diagnostic capability is also useful when installing the scanner or after a conveyor or printer maintenance cycle. The available print quality information gives an indication of first time read rates, optimal scanner alignment, optimal conveyor speed and optimal printer settings and adjustments. In short, everything that is needed to ensure proper set-up of a system.
EASY SETUP / FLEXIBLE INTERFACE
The SV Series uses a serial port to interface with RJS ScanVision, a PC based software package used for set-up and monitoring. Use ScanVision for SV setup while the scanner/verifier is off line and/or use it for real-time bar code quality analysis while the scanner/verifier is operating. The unit also incorporates Model SV download language for setup without RJS ScanVision.
Five hardware outputs are available via an I/O-Power port for logic operation such as No Read, Poor Quality, Good Quality or Good Read status. Two synchronization inputs are also available for robust No Read evaluations. Two LED’s are available for status indications.
The serial port can also be used without ScanVision to provide decoded data and/or bar code analysis information to a host system.